Economic Literacy Day

We started our day with a smaller morning circle because the 14 and 15 year olds were still out on their trips. Then we went inside for a breakfast of bacon, eggs and muffins (all the way from England!). After breakfast, we did our camp chores before heading off for some team activities. In teams, we did lifts and then some economic literacy activities. We then headed to lunch; mac and cheese. After lunch, we headed back to the cabins for siesta before an afternoon full of camptivities. For camptivity one we had rock climbing and a challenge hike. Then we had our La Tienda time before having gaga and pool for camptivity 2. After camptivities, we went back to the cabin to change for dinner–yet another feast (tacos and burritos) when the campers recognized Miss Natasha’s cooking with a rousing thank you of Bang Bang Pedal. After dinner we had an evening activity playing a wise money game. Then we finalized the day with a campfire and smores.

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